Zero accidents. Mobility for all. Intel is collaborating with the world's leaders in automotive design and technology to turn visionary concepts for automated driving into reality. Intel is architecting transportation for a better life and a safer world.
As the car moves to the center of the software-defined autonomous world, Intel is delivering scalable, secure solutions for transportation and automated driving. Communication between car and cloud will enable new experiences, made possible by Intel® technologies that span in-vehicle computing, 5G connectivity, and the Data Center.
It will take a sophisticated data center to support fully autonomous driving and the new business models it enables. Intel® technologies for the Data Center can scale to meet the demands of new workloads, including artificial intelligence (AI).
Only 5G will deliver ultra-low latency at gigabit speeds, making it a key component of automated driving. By working closely with device manufacturers and network operators, Intel is paving a path to 5G and accelerating the development of prototypes.
A self-driving car is expected to process 1GB of data every second. Intel delivers the incredibly high compute performance and scalability needed to power automated driving, as well as support for human-machine interface (HMI) experiences that build trust.
Intel is collaborating with BMW Group and Mobileye to create a platform for highly and fully autonomous driving. Our combined expertise in automotive, technology, computer vision, and machine learning is designed to bring solutions into series production by 2021.1
See how Intel® technology is helping transform the car of tomorrow into a data center on wheels, leveraging the use of data to enable exciting new innovations, make driving safer, and completely redefine the concept of high performance vehicles.
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